And The Lists Keep Coming...

Well, who knew this many end-of-year, Best & Worst lists even existed?  I know I didn't, until Sleepy Hollow and Tom were included on so many of them!  Here is still more praise for the show:

Huffington Post named Tom as one of their Breakout TV Actors of 2013

Tom Mison, 'Sleepy Hollow'
Playing Ichabod Crane, Tom Mison could carry "Sleepy Hollow" single-handedly. Mison has plenty of brilliant co-stars to support him, but his angsty character has been said to steal the show.

E! picked a Sleepy Hollow episode as one of 2013's best

"The Sin Eater," Sleepy Hollow: Oh, so you didn't bother checking out Sleepy Hollow because you thought it was cheesy and hokey? Well, the joke's so on you. It's quickly become must-watch-live TV and this episode is the freshman drama's standout, thanks to the deepened bond between Ichabod and Abbie (And the shippers go wild!) and an assist from a stellar guest star in Fringe's John Noble. Dare we say this is an episode to lose your head over?

Den of Geek chose Sleepy Hollow for their list of Most Geek out Moments of 2013

Sleepy Hollow Heads for a Wild Spin in 2013

If you told us a year ago that Fox would have a runaway hit by turning Washington Irving's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow into a modern day police procedural with a time traveling Revolutionary warrior Ichabod Crane, we'd say what conspiracy theories were you reading when smoking that contraband. But here we are and Sleepy Hollow is fantastic, campy fun. A case of creators Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Len Wiseman, and Phillip Iscove mixing Dan Brown-styled historical fantasy with an actual "end of the world" fantasy based on the Book of Revelations, and then stirring it in a pot of Irving archetypes, this show is often bizarre and always entertaining. A major factor of this can be credited to stars Tom Mison and Nicole Beharie's appealing chemistry as Ichabod Crane and modern day deptuy Abbie Mills, however nothing beats seeing the Headless Horseman (now Death made flesh and first horseman of the Apocalypse) pumping a shotgun like he's out of a Quentin Tarantino movie. Throw in Orlando Jones for some awesome supporting work, and you have the best new broadcast network show of the season.